Southern Bastards Volume 1: Here Was a Man : Here Was a Man
by Jason Aaron, Jason LaTour
Editor: Image Comics
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Earl Tubb is an angry old man with a very big stickEuless Patron is from a high school football coach with more room in his office for trophies and more space under the bleachers to bury bodiesAnd they are just two of the people you’re going to meet in Castor County, Alabama, Boss’s home for BARBECUE, the state champion Runnin’ the Cer and the dirtiest bastards you’ve ever seen.”That old Count Tubb do once he returns home for Craw County, AlaOnly to find the location of a real criminal fief run by Euless Patron, the local high school football coachWhy, pick up the stick to make himself useful cleaved by lightning from a tree more and more serious his father and start administering justice, just as his father, the former sheriff, didIn the cleaning-la-salt-the old town the South-fried pulper, scriptwriter Aaron (Scalpé) and artist Jason Latour (Django Unchained), spread around no more history than absolutely necessary, and most of them are people to be at the wrong end of a bat, baseball bat, or even (in an early fighting sceneThe two southern hailstones, as they discuss in a particularly large heart introduction, and no doubt feel overwhelmed by concerns about an overdose of clichésThus, the high-impact pages are dotted with contusions high school football, sweet tea, barbecue, trucker caps, and paralyzing ploucsThe story, in which Tubb clobbers his way through a crowd of minions to get to the Boss, is no more complicated than a redo of the High MarchBut there is a thread of something deeper, more bloody and more resonance that often transcends the habit p
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